What kind of training do I need? How much dance do I need? I can't find the right voice teacher. I need a picture and resume. What is the proper format for a theatrical resume? How long should my monologue be? What kind of monologues should I use for my college auditions? What kind of college should I audition for? Do I need to take ballet? Why do I need to take ballet? I need a piano teacher. Does it matter what you wear to auditions? What is auditioning in NYC like? Do I need an agent? What is the difference between an agent and a manager? How do I get into commercials? What about voice overs? What is a callback? What is a 16 bar cut? What do I do at an audition where there is a live pianist? Do I need an up tempo?
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